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Patti LaBelle Pie Review Not So Sweet

 Just when you thought things couldn't get...more unbelievable, it appears that Patti LaBelle's new sweet potato pies are flying off of the shelves at Wal-Mart due in large part to a viral YouTube review by a fan, James Wright, according to the Associated Press. 

What's NOT so sweet about the review is that in between eating the pie and belting out parts of one of Patti LaBelle's songs, the overnight YouTube sensation repeatedly uses the "B-word" (affectionately?

A Little Faith In Yourself and Others Goes A Long Way

Some stories are so awesome because they are universal in their inspiration. They are epic.  They're the stuff that movies like Rudy and Seabiscuit are made of. They are the true stories that cause us to believe in the goodness of people and the power of passion and perseverance.

One such story is that of a teenage boy named Jason McElwain of "J Mac" as he has come to be known affectionately by all who meet him.  His story begins long before we see the national news on CBS or ABC.

What To Do When No One Is Watching

This is the first post in our new blog category entitled "Just When You Thought..." In this category I will share short snippets with you about amazing stories from the news or our own personal encounters with folks that will definitely raise your eyebrows.  They will be things that, well..., I just have to share with you!  I hope you enjoy it and please know we love your comments too.  Let' start a dialogue.  Here goes!

So, what would you do if you worked for (perhaps) not far above minimum wage at a thrift store and had the task of going through old clothes to clean out the pockets of lint, dried gum and crumpled paper when you find the mother load?